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post #1 of 18 Old 08-31-2015, 09:27 PM Thread Starter
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Seems they are almost ready to release a slip on for both models of the GSX-S. The part number is S-S10SO10-HASZ and no pictures are available. The release date is mid November and price is around $800 US.

The part number is almost identical to the BMW S1000R slip on exhaust. I think the price is pretty steep for a slip on, but my wife does say I'm cheap.
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$800 for a slip on??? $400 for the name and $400 for the material.. IMAHO
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I think somehow they must pay for Motogp and formula1. Haha. But that is pretty expensive. If that will be the case I think I'll stay w orig. exhaust since Suzuki done here really good job.

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I really like the Suzuki pipe and if I had to change it would be for a can roughly the same length. It would be nice if Suzuki gave us a removable baffle though.
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I hope for complete exhaust. That usually makes some difference.
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I hope for complete exhaust. That usually makes some difference.
I'm sorry to destroy your dreams...but the cheapest price that I have found on e-bay for the Akrapovic complete exhaust of GSX-R 1000 is this....
For the EVO version you have to double the price....
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Here are the first pictures.
I will wait if they will release some longer exhaust, otherwise this winter I will order the Arrow.

http://az79640.vo.msecnd.net/akrapov...5d945fc8e0.pdf

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I really like the Suzuki pipe and if I had to change it would be for a can roughly the same length. It would be nice if Suzuki gave us a removable baffle though.
Yep I like the Suzuki pipe... I wonder if you could de-baffle it without too much grief..?
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The sound of the standard is great but I guess could be improved on. Not going to pay that kind of money though.
I would like either something shorter or more traditional and longer.
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I just want the bike at this point... But if, if I was to upgrade, I think I would go with Yoshi. I have always been fan of Yoahimura's products, but not always their prices. Although I think the Akraprovic does look a little sleeker.


I like the factory exhaust, but getting rid of the cat with a header would always be cool option as well.


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